Monthly Archives: November 2015

Harvey Dunn from the plains to the trenches

He was a tall, powerful man, and he knew how to work. He could plough from dawn to dark and stack full grain stacks faster than two hired men together. Lynn Verschoor, director of the South Dakota Art Museum, and Jodi Lundgren, curator at the museum, have talked with people who knew artist Harvey Dunn…

‘Holy Laughter’ on stage

At a women’s writer’s retreat off the coast of Washington state, playwright Catherine Trieschmann first imagined Abigail — a bright, liberal minister in difficulty. WAM Theatre has invited her to the Berkshires to collaborate on her work in progress, “Holy Laughter,” running through Nov. 22 at the St. Germain Stage in Pittsfield. Abigail was feeling…